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Nov/10

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Who needs an Fm3?

HOLA AMIGOS Y CLIENTES,
MOST OF YOU ARE ALREADY ENJOYING OUR WONDERFUL WEATHER IN B.C.S, OR YOU ARE ON YOUR WAY.
I AM SURE A LOT OF YOU HAVE HEARD THE NEWS ON MIGRATORY FORMS (FM2, FM3, ETC) FOR 2010; THE NEW PLASTIC FM3, THE REGULATIONS CHANGES, THE INTERNET APPLICATION…

BUT DO YOU KNOW WHAT IT IS MORE CONVENIENT FOR YOU? DO YOU NEED AN FM3, FM2 OR TOURIST VISA?
MOST OF OUR CLIENTS HAVE FM3S SO IN ORDER TO MAKE IT EASY FOR YOU TO ANSWER THE QUESTION HERE IS SOME INFO:

ANNUALLY WORKING FM3 MEXICO VISA FORM
FM3 is a Non Immigrant  Mexico Visa Form  that allows foreigners to work legally in Mexico and is valid for 365 days, which can be extended every year.

Who needs a working FM3 Mexico Visa?

  1. Foreigners that   work  permanently in Mexico.
  2. Foreigners that own a Mexican coporation or are shareholders.

ANNUALLY RESIDENCY FM3  VISA (more…)

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Oct/09

22

Whale watching in Baja

After spending the summer feeding in Alaska, gray whales begin their incredible migration south to winter in Baja California . They travel for 2-3 months to reach the warmer southern waters where they will mate and birth from mid-January to end of March. Large numbers of grays congregate in 3 bays along Baja’s west coast; Laguna Ojo de Liebre, Laguna San Ignacio and Bahia Magdalena (the southern-most bay, only 3 hours drive across peninsula from La Paz).

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These shallow and highly-salinated bays increase newborn calves’ buoyancy and help keep them warm, despite their lack of protective blubber at birth. As fellow mammals, gray whale calves are born live and nurse their mothers’ milk, which is 50% fat (the gain 60 pounds per day diet!).
Here, gray whales will sometimes swim near small skiffs and allow themselves to be touched. Concern has grown about the impact of boat traffic around whales, and the number of boats allowed in the breeding lagoons is restricted. Along the migration route, boats’ proximity to whales is also limited.

Source: www.visitmexicohotels.com

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